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is based in florida, it's the same group that have been running those ads in florida, that tell people in alaska they shouldn't enroll for health insurance either. these billionaire-funded ad campaigns and websites and organizations telling americans that you're a sucker if you got health insurance, i think this is one of the weirdest and most underreported turns in right-wing politics this year. but the way things are going now, with health reform now seemingly starting to work, it's going to be fascinating over the course of 2014 to see if those groups stick around, to see if those groups and those campaigns and those websites and those creepy ads are still around this time next year. but telling people not to get health insurance is not the only thing this these groups have been working on. the florida foundation for government accountability, this koch brothers affiliated group that ran the alaska don't enroll came, and then sent its experts traveling around not just to florida but to oklahoma and idaho and mississippi and new hampshire and virginia, telling all those state governm
time. florida state found themselves down 18 points at halftime. only to put together an epic comeback. here is the final five minutes of a wild finish. >> great return man. get it. headed for the end zone. touchdown florida state. a 100 yard return and auburn is stung by its own medicine. >> taking it to the right. to the 25. he breaks free. and the 5. auburn touchdown. he did that on his own. 37 great running yards. he is looking to the end zone and benjamin, florida state touchdown. florida state touchdown. with 13 seconds left. 50 yards away from the line of scrimmage. caught by one receiver, marshall to the near side, mason to the 30. time is expired. mason tackled at the 35. the ball is fumbled. it's retired and the game is over. and for the third time, florida state reigns supreme, the seminoles completed the perfect season. >> got to love those radio calls. florida state is 14-0. snaps the sec's hold on the bcs championship at 7 in a row. a fitting ending to a college football season. >>> now amid all the controversy, there is positive robert griffin, iii, news to report. he
seeing a little bit of snow. snow coming into some northwestern areas, arkansas, no snow into florida but we're going to see that l chill moving into oregon. e. >> thank you, eboni. we'll tell you about sisters unusual adventurer when we return. >> welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm morgan radford and here are today's headlines. in iraq a series of bomb attacks have reportedly killed at least 14 people. the attacks in the iraqi capital of baghdad, are from a car bomb in the mostly shia neighborhood. >>> more than a dozen people were killed in india after a five story structure crumbled to the ground on saturday. >>> so check this out. a pair of florida twins have completed a nine year journey through their home state. natasha guinane is here. >> from key west to pensacola, and the almost 800 miles in between these twins have seen just about every possible view of florida, it started as a whim. >> i said to her wouldn't it be nice if we could go to some of these parks that were right in our area. and she said: >> why don't we make it a mission to do every single park in the state
who tried to sell president obama's former senate seat. there's florida where legislators and may wrors can se as lobbyists and the fbi took out a newspaper ad asking citizens to record corruption by public officials. last, certainly not least, louisiana, with a particularly rich history of corruption dating back to huey long, dubbed most corrupt in the terms of the rate of corruption convictions of government officials over the last decade. it one hell of a group. joining me now to make their cases for the respective states. we start with the state of new jersey. senior political reporter for nj.com. congressman alan grayson, democrat from florida. here making the case for that state. tracy washington, president and ceo of louisiana justice institute. who will attempt to make the case for a state that has a long, rich history of corruption. since i came up as a reporter covering chicago machine politics, i will have the honor of making the case for illinois tonight. all right. darryl, i want to start with you. put the christie scandal in the context of new jersey politics and the
for people on welfare in the state of florida. it's a rick scott policy in that state. it has not been going well in that state. and that's of wider political interest for two reasons. one is that florida governor rick scott's running for re-election and he's making that policy part of his re-election effort. even as a federal judge has just struck down that policy as unconstitutional. also, though, the second reason. that story may not just be about florida anymore. between the time that the forced drug testing thing got signed into law in florida and the time that the federal judge first struck it down, a florida group called the foundation for government accountability started marketing that forced drug testing law around the country, trying to talk other states into doing it as well. they went to public hearings in georgia to share the good news about florida's terrible policy. they went to a national meeting of the group alic in arizona to market florida's terrible policy to state legislators from all over the country. so we reported that a few weeks ago. the problems with that forced d
florida state and auburn comes down to the final seconds. >> touchdown! down to the final seconds. >> touchdown! you know he went for it. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for tuesday, january 7th, 2014. good morning, good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, this morning, tens of millions of americans are waking up to weather so cold it hurts. a life-threatening arctic air mass called the polar vortex stretches from the dakotas to the atlantic, to florida to maine. chicago set a record yesterday at minus 60 degrees. the historic school has caused schools to close. some 30,000 homes and business are without power in indiana. and there are sub freezing windchills from coast to coast, amtrak is working to clear three of et cetera passenger trains, they got stopped by blowing and drifting snow in north-central illinois. more than 500 passengers are on board. the passengers have heat and they have food. >>> melting snow and rock salt caused a transformer to short out here in new york. yesterday's high in the city was 54 degrees. today's high just 10 de
of her 50th birthday. >> a big change in the florida everglades. >> i'm natasha ghoneim. anairboat ride is synonymous with the florida everglades. airbeat -- airboat riding is phasing out, we'll tell you why. >> skimming the swamps in an airboat has become almost synonymous with florida everglades national park. the airboat's days are numbered. natasha ghoneim has that story. >> those who live in the florida everglades say it takes a special kind of person to live here. one of ways they enjoy living here is through airboating. thanks to the new park rules they won't be able to enjoy this pleasure. doyle kennon has expertly nav gated the swamps of the florida everglades in an airboat. he and others like him make up a community of glaids men. his family owns a commercial airboat tour company. >> there's no place like this in the world. you are out here in mother nature. not stuck in the office. >> i see new people, bring education, show them my backyard. >> coopertown airboat tours was the first airboat company, established by the kennon family in 1945, two years before the government e
. >> new cast member for "saturday night live." >> and highlights from the florida state match-up. >> monday night in pasadena the curtain fell on the b.c.s. title game format at number one florida state took an second auburn. jameis winston was looking to become the first freshman quarterback to win that award and a national championship. >> auburn to three in the second. nick marshall scores from four yards out. tigers with a 21-3 lead. leading at the half. first time f.s.u. trails. fourth quarter - auburn leads by four. a kick-off in the end zone. he'll remember this for the rest of his life. in college the longest kick-off returned. that's what whitfield does. a fuj play giving the seminoles the first lead of the game. >> trey mason to the right side. 37 yards. second td of the game, with 195 yards rushing. 31-27. final seconds, jameis winston hits calvin benson for two yards. jameis winston 6 of 7 for 77 yards on the championship winning drive. florida state rallies from an 18-point deficit grabbing the title 34-21. ross shimabuku with more from the rose bowl. >> a rally b
courted orrer about florida's drug test the poor law, i characterized it as an action by a federal appeals court, it was an action by a federal district court. really there was an error. he is right. i'm very sorry there was an error. you never look to get stuff wrong. it does happen time to time. when we get stuff wrong on show the i try to make sure we correct it. i don't mind making corrections. that said, don't push it. we cover a lot of right-wing politics on this show. nothing against democrats, nothing against liberals. but the selection of stories that we cover on the show, reflects my belief as the the host, that the most interesting story in american politics this decade is the effort by the republican party to remake itself in the wake of the disastrous bush/cheney error and the divide within the party and the divides particularly within the party itself, and i think that the resolution of the fights, who is going to win. who is going to lose. is truly an open question and fascinating important one for who we are as a country. so, we cover the conservative movement a lot on this
florida where people waited four, five, even six hours or more just to vote. >> this is the longest early voting line in south florida where voters could wait up to three hours. >> these folks arriving between 9:00 and 10:00. >> people waiting four hours to vote. some people got here at 6:00 this morning. they had to wait. >> i waited four hours. >> tony williams finished voting at 9:30, 2 1/2 hours after the polls closed. >> one voter became a symbol of this injustice and the president told her story at last year's state of the union. >> when she arrived she was told the wait might be six hours her concern was not about her tired body but whether folks like her would get their say. hour after hour people stayed in line to support her because she is 102 years old. they erupted in cheers when she put on a sticker that read i voted. >> she got a standing ovation as president obama announced a bipartisan commission to fix america's voting crisis. today that commission delivered its report to the president and recommendations include expanding early voting, expanding online registration, supp
disappearing a year and a half ago, he been homeless, working menial jobs. but florida officials say he actually rented a house near ocala where hundreds of marijuana plants were grown. price was last seen in june 2012, as he was buying a ticket for a ferry boat ride in key west, florida. federal authorities say after raising $40 million from more than 100 investors and suffering massive losses, price then fraudulently obtained over $21 million, of bank funds, which he then misappropriated, embezzled and lost in a lengthy confession letter, he wrote i am 100% responsible for the losses i created and suggested he was going to kill himself. a year ago, a florida judge declared price legally dead. ruling he took his life at sea. but price was still alive. his time on the run ending tuesday, along i-95 in brunswick, georgia, when gepties noticed his truck's window tinting was too dark. >>> we want to get more on this winter storm with meteorologist bill karins. you're back for good reason. we got a lot to talk about. >> everyone in the east is going to kind of blame the west. because the we
-sex marriage returns to florida as a lawsuit challenges the state's ban. and dangerously cold temperatures in the midwest. >> welcome back to aljazeera america. i'm stephanie sy, and here are today's headlines. disagreeing on how to help the people at home. government wants to evacuate, but aid should be into homes. it stems over a transitional government. >>> anti-government protests are spreading throughout ukraine. some are demonstrating in eastern cities, which is the base of president yanokovych's support. the parliament is holding an emergency meeting tomorrow. >>> president obama will be addressing the nation tomorrow in his fifth state of the union. he's expected to tackle income inequality in the u.s. lawmakers taking action, and he's willing to use executive power to advance his agenda. >>> voters in florida banned same-sex marriage, and now six gay and lesbian couples are challenging that law in court. >> they have two fathers. over the last 11 years, they have built a life together, even taking on the same last name, but now they want to get married. >> it's one piece of soc
out about it. the story was about a federal court order against florida's drug test the poor law. and i had characterized it as an action by a federal appeals court when it was an action by a federal district court. so really there was an error. he was right. and i'm very sorry there was an error. you never like to get stuff wrong. but it does happen from time to time. i try to make sure we correct it. that said, don't push it. we cover a lot of right wing politics on this show. nothing against democrats. nothing against liberals. but the selection of stories reflects my belief as the host that the most interesting story in american politics this decade is the effort by the republican party to remake itself in the wake of the disastrous bush/cheney error. and the divides within the party, particularly within the party itself and the conservative movement that thinks it controls the party, i think those are the most interesting and consequential fights in america today. and i think the resolution, who is going to win and who is going to lose is truly an open question and fascinati
of florida, another situation was brewing back in jersey, if you know what i mean. this one could make bridgegate look like a real walk in the park, folks. hoboken new jersey mayor dawn zimmer is the person at question this hour. is she really telling the truth? she's claiming the governor used hurricane sandy relief funds as leverage for a private development project. hoboken, new jersey, was devastated by super storm sandy. 80% of the town was flooded. i've seen floods in the upper midwest. when they come, they take everything. hoboken covers just over one square mile of land, but it's more densely populated than new york city. now over a year later, the city of hoboken still hasn't fully recovered from the storm. here's what dawn zimmer said about a meeting she had with the lieutenant governor. >> the lieutenant governor came to hoboken and said, i know it's not right, but go with it. if you tell anyone, i'll deny it. it's not fair for the governor to hold sandy funds hostage for the city of hoboken because he wants me to give back to run private developer. i know it's complicated f
medicinal, arlén amaro nos da detalles. >> la propuesta que enmendaria la constitución de la florida para aprobar la marihuana medicinal, luego de las firmas recogidas. >> si un médico la recomienda para el bien del paciente. >> hay chicos con autismo que les ayuda. >> de llevarse a la boleta, la propuesta legalizaría la marihuana para tratamiento médico siempre que los usuarios tengan aprobación de un doctor. >> por ejemplo en el cáncer terminal, es muy efectivo, en otros casos es discutible, como el autismo, epilepcia y si nosotros vamos a dar a un niño esto, le produciriamos al niño una adición. >> el grupo espera llegar al millón y la próxima semana estimo el gasto en más de 2 millones de dólares y aunque la firma están por verificarse, esto están divididas. >> los médicos que estudiaron la medicina, son los más propicios para decir sin es acorde o no. >> para ser aprobada aquí la corte suprema de la florida debe dictaminar si es esto o no legal. >> mientras eso ocurre, el gobernador de nueva york tiene previsto anunciar el miércoles próximo, un cambio de las
jersey governor chris christie is in florida hoping to raise money for fellow gop governors and hoping to change the message. for the past two weeks, all attention was focused on what he knew about those lane closings at the george washington bridge. closings that caused massive traffic jams for several days in september. in orlando, all right, it's christie's first time oust state since the scandals broke. how is his trip going so far? >> reporter: so, fred, earlier this morning he attended a fund-raiser for florida's governor rick scott. this was just one stop along the way. i have to mention, all of these events are going to be closed door. now, i did talk to one woman at the fund-raiser here in orlando earlier today who says there was not one mention of any of these scandals. this weekend could shed some more light on his political future. >> whatever tests they put in front of me, i will meet those tests. >> reporter: now the tests for new jersey governor chris christie moved some 1,000 miles state, from the garden site to cash rich florida. more than a week after the bridge cleef
him to florida? we'll get the latest next and later, actor, activist and social media sensation, george takai opens up to his project that hits close to home. ♪ ♪ stacy's mom has got it goin' on ♪ ♪ stacy's mom has got it goin' on ♪ ♪ stacy's mom has got it goin' on ♪ [ male announcer ] the beautifully practical and practically beautiful cadillac srx. lease this 2014 cadillac srx for around $319 a month with premium care maintenance included. ♪ >>> governor chris christie's troubles are compounding in new jersey. these are people that he hopes will write he checks if he makes a run for the white house. and today is the main event for the florida trip. well martin what is going on right now is governor christie is here inside this gated community. as you mentioned, this is not really a fund racing event. it is a chance for governor christie to meet potential donors and to give you more information about this event happening right now. it is a home that belongs to co-founder of home depot. the number of people wanting to come to this event has gone up. he says he h
. >> again, the dpof ngovernor in florida right now. onto california now where the drought is so bad the governor there has declared a state of emergency. the effects will likely be felt far beyond the state's borders. >> what is this? >> this is my bedroom. the wildfires swept through the food hi foothills. firefighters continue to battle the blaze. >> this is a ticking time bomb and something happens. all it would take is one lightening bolt. from the charred hills to the lake beds of the central valley. the state's drought is palpable and painful. >> this is the worst year i've ever seen. >> farmers pressured california's governor to act. he says while he can make it rain i can declare a state of emergency. the message everyone cut back on water by 20%. >> the state's reservoirs are at critical levels setting record lows. snow packs at 80% than normal. the hills across california are brown. and in january this is usually all green. it is summer weather in winter here and that hurts everyone. about half the nation's fruits, nuts and vegetables come from california. as the farms wil
allegations drag chris christie's administration back into the fray as he tries to show florida donors he's stronger than the verse in new jersey. and shock -- fox news gets it wrong again! >> chris christie is in florida this morning on a fund-raising mission for the republican party. kristy is taking the trip after 20 subpoenas went out. >> subpoenas went out to the governor's office himself. >> the political peril he'sisn'. >> i cannot give a windfall to one property owner because the governor wants me to in exchange for the sandy fund. so i'll tell you, i feel like i'm literally between the rock and a hard place. >> we contacted governor christie's office, and others and they all deny this. >> i'd be more than willing to testifying under oath and answer any questions and provide any documents and take a lie detector test. my question back to them is would all of you? >> all right. a shocking report by our own steve kornacki. in an exclusive interview on msnbc the mayor of hoboken, new jersey said she believes the government held critical sandy aid hostage. remember hoboken after sandy
a blanket of snow, but in florida--strawberry season is in full bloom.jackie keenan reports on why farmers there are seeing red ----- and we don't mean from the color of the fruit. the work here at fancy farms is anything but fancy, but the fruits of this labor is a beautiful red treat. florida is the nation's second largest producer of strawberries - behind california. acreage is up to 12,000, with revenue nearing 400 million dollars. and the demand for this tasty fruit across the u-s is increasing every year. the industry has been going on more than 100 years, we have beautiful weather here in the winter time so we grow beautiful strawberries. the strawberry industry is growing in florida but there are big challenges for this tiny fruit. this is a trying year here - if we have a lot of berries come on here in the next 6 to 8 weeks and there aren't enough people to pick these berries you'll see farmers not plant as many acres of berries because of the labor situation. fancy farms owner carl grooms says he and most other farmers depend on immigrant labor, but even when going through govern
us make better choices about the foods we eat. >>> and florida's dog rescue angel. and the great lengths she is going to save animals in need. >> from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. >>> good evening, a saturday trip to the mall, the rite of weekends for millions of americans turned into a terrifying ordeal today for shoppers in a mall in suburban maryland when gunshots rang out. police describe him as a lone shooter, producing a rifle inside a store. witnesses say shoppers ran for safety, some making their way out. others hiding in the mall for hours. when it was over, three people lay dead, including, police believe, the attacker. it happened in columbia, maryland, less than an hour's drive from both washington, d.c. and baltimore. nbc's kristen welker is there tonight with the latest, good evening. >> reporter: lester, good evening to you, this community has been deeply shaken by this apparent murder-suicide, and tonight police are scanning surveillance video and interviewing all those who witnessed the terror that unfolded
about 2014 could be happening in florida. and washington is about to go back to work. >>> good morning miami melissa harris-perry. tomorrow is monday, january 6th. and it's a big day for parents. the kids are going back to school for their first full week after the holiday break. now, for some, like the kids in boston, who were supposed to go back to school on friday, but got a snow day instead, it will be the first time back at all after two weeks of tearing around your house, hyped up on holiday sugar and cabin fever. now, not everyone's going back to school, though. the governor of minnesota has already canceled all classes tomorrow due to extreme cold. the high temperature is forecasted to be 15 degrees below zero. elsewhere, across the country, most keds will ids will be heado school tomorrow, perhaps evoking a relieved sigh from parents and caregivers. and some people are also going back to work this week. president obama is returning back to d.c. today, after a two-week vacation in hawaii. the senate returns tomorrow, and the house comes back on tuesday. so when our kids go back
money and dispensing that. >> in florida he's going to be raising money for governor rick scott and the rga. but i have seen, though, some support for christie expressed by conservatives in social media and talk radio. people who never supported him before looking at the media and democrats and saying, here we go again. you're holding christie to a different standard that you hold president obama. at least christie owned it, took responsibility. obama never did that, in their view. so i have seen some of that now. >> he had a two-hour press conference. he didn't just answer a few questions. he let reporters throw every single question at him. that probably plays well for him. but maybe to your point, i don't know if republicans are waiting to see if there's more fallout from this because there are more questions. they could be keeping quiet at the moment. >> why defend someone in the middle of a pretty serious scandal if you don't know all of the facts. >> matt arco, and ryan lizza, we're going to take a very quick break. when we come back, we're going to have the press conferen
, it never actually came at all. for the whole entire plane. >> take a look at this, that's florida, ladies and gentlemen. causing serious freezing on everything. these pictures taken by an ireporter not far from tallahassee. temperatures dropped as low as 19 degrees on tuesday. think of the snowbirds that went down. >> this is like florida. florida-florida, not florida, michigan. >> all of those midwesterners trying to escape the cold and it's still cold. >> indra petersons, make it better for us. >> good morning. i actually have good news. good news for the midwesterners to imagine that they're stuck in 30 below. relative at 19 degrees. still looking at the dangerous windchills in new york city, so 7 below. notice out towards duluth, they are recovering. mind you, it's a very slow recovery. here's the good stuff, what everyone is waiting for that jet stream way down to the south bringing that cold air even yet even into florida. notice, though, the change, we're going to see the cold air in the jet stream lift up over the next several days. tleek difference, by this weekend, we're actuall
to get my district in south florida. we did a press comes together, and a roundtable on child protection and then did an intellectual property tore down her in the music industry to learn about the importance of protecting intellectual property. is a great guy. >> host: have you been divisive and texas? >> guest: not yet. but we really enjoyed working together. we just set aside issue issues e don't agree and work together on the ones we do. >> host: sounds like an answer -- next call for debbie wasserman schultz comes from neil and wellington, florida. you are on booktv. >> caller: thank you for taking my call, and i just wanted to say, that he has the best smile every person i know in congress. keep it up. >> guest: thank you. >> caller: and visit wellington. okay? >> guest: thank you. >> caller: you're welcome aspect thank you. >> host: that was it. richard in pleasant grove utah. richard, what is your question >> guest: my question is how come obama and a democratic people are running us down a social plan to take away our children, shut health care down our throats and we can't affo
to be critical for farmers. we're here at strawberry fields in plant city florida. the farmers are out and about checking some of these leaves making sure there's no frost on them. the main thing they're going to be looking at is this ter mom ter here. they might have to turn on the sprinkler to create an igloo effect for some of these berrys here. in other parts of the state, temperatures are already below freezing. all eyes in florida basically on the next few hours to make sure those temperatures don't drop too much below freezing here in florida. back to you, chris. >> >>> we're also following another big story this morning. the senate is set to vote on unemployment insurance. a planned vote was postponed last light. president obama has been pressing for this extension of long term beens. and this morning he's going to take his message to the podium. we're live with more. what's the status. >> reporter: >> as you mentioned later this morning, president obama will be here at the who is standing with americans whose inemployment snirns expired. he's going to be making that pitch to extend unem
-- >> guest: there are places like mexico and colorado and florida which are always going to be critical in general elections in the country where he could have on this basis but i think if you break down some in the case of obama's last election he won by such a margin that even the statistic. >> host: you mentioned florida even talking about obama just now. in the first chapter of your book that's where you say it was the first time that anglo american and spanish america fused. what did you mean by that? >> guest: well, we started in places which were very far removed from one another and that's really because the spanish empire pre-empted all parts of the hemisphere that were accessible from the outside and economically exploited and colonized, but partly because of the way the wind and current of the atlantic condition was shifting routes between europe and the americas control more of those natural ports and harbors and that's why they colonized florida. the spanish never made any money out of florida. they had to keep the missions but it was kind of worth it to keep. at the same t
bowl to be crowned. florida state meets auburn in the national title game. we go southern california. neither the seminoles or the tigers have played a game if some time. how have they approached the lay-off. >> they enjoyed the time, spending it in sunny california, 70 degrees. had to give you a temperature update. the question on media day, how are both teams handling the lay-off. they've had 29 days off since the last game. if you recall, the national championship game. they look sluggish. they are worked by alabama. this year it's not a problem. they say it's time to man up. >> as you know, the coffee says eliminate the clutter. that is the first and foremost. don't worry about what you have done. focus. if we go out and we play hard and do everything, we don't get the results that we want. >> we feel we don't come too far. we are so hungry, why not finish it off. we didn't come all this way to turn around and lose. >> the players are leading the practices, keeping everyone focused. we are playing on the biggest stage. you can have fun after the game. we enjoy the event, we know
scandal that keeps getting bigger, will a florida fund-raising trip charm the big donors or alienate them? >>> a "wall street journal" reporter disappears and a week later, investigators are still baffled. now, some reports are suggesting his disappearance may have to do with his coverage of the oil industry. >>> a big debut on "saturday night live." sasheer zamata joins the show tonight as the first african-american woman on the cast in six years. we have our own female comedians to give a preview and some friendly advice. >>> hey, good morning to you. i hope that saturday has been good to you so far. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. pleasure to be with you. 10:00 on the east coast. 7:00 on the west coast. you're in "cnn newsroom." >>> let's talk about california's new enemy. apparently it's mother nature. >> governor jerry brown yesterday declared that the state is facing a drought of historic proportions. it's fueling wildfires and hurting the state's massive agriculture industry. it really feeds our entire nation. >> kyung lah has more from glendora. good morning to you. >>
as los ciudadanos se quedaran sin agua. >>la florida, buscan sujeto autor de robo, que pocas veces se ve y que dejo impresionados a todos en una tienda >>faltan dos semanas para las elecciones en el salvador ya hay votos emitidos >>el vaticano dio la información de los sacerdotes expulsados tras denuncias por abuso sexaul a menores en ikea, no sÓlo diseÑamos muebles. tambiÉn diseÑamos buenos dÍas. pequeÑos experimentos. ideas grandes. ideas brillantes. y un futuro mejor, que te puedes llevar a casa hoy. imagina que todos los dÍas fueran un poco mejor para todos. la policia de florida busca a un ladron que perpetro un atraco poco co >>la polkicia de la florida busca ladrón que perpetro un atraco poco común este semana, se robo un televisor de 32 pulgada de una tienda target y escapo en patineta, el video lo muestra recorriendo la tienda, llego a la seccion de electronica y se fue, al salir monstro cuchillo >>y en pocos días los casos de gripe h1n1 se han incrementado, alejandro roldán nos amplia >>fernanda martinez tiene temor de contraer gripe h1n1, por eso decidio vacunarse,
. we're in the 40s and 50s. down across florida, we're dealing with icy concerns. all that ice will be disappearing. certainly by saturday, many are be looking to this. 50s and 60s here. 70s and 80s for florida. in the midwest, people happy to see this. winter storm advisories all across the northwest. we're watching a storm system dropping through. it's already in progress. it will continue through today. rain showers possibly down toward los angeles. they haven't seen a drop the entire month of january. and in terms of snow, big totals, colorado, wasatch, and the sierra, big snow totals. it's been a long time coming. i'm eric fisher, cbs news. >> on the "cbs moneywatch" markets tumble on the fed announcement and new clues on the hacking attack. joya is with us. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. good morning, everyone. the fed said on wednesday that the nation's economy does continue to get stronger, and just as important it says interest rates will stay at zero. the fed policy meeting was the last for ben bernanke who is stepping down as chairman for the last eight y
's eve, a federal judge overturned the law in florida that required those applying for federal health care benefits to be tested for drugs. for our first 45 minutes, talk about the details of the case. we want to gain your thoughts on the topic. here's how you can reach out to us on the phones. the numbers are on your screen. on our social media channel, you can reach us on twitter, facebook, or e-mail. as far as the polling, we posted a question must night. there is responded this morning. for those taking it, 75% say that yes, people should be tested. no,t 594 people said welfare recipients should not be drug tested. you can leave comments and participate in the polls if you want. join the conversation there. make your thoughts known on twitter. if you want to give your thoughts and comments on the phone, please use the numbers provided. a little bit about this case. the decision was made on new year's eve. here is the reuters writeup grid the judge struck down the law requiring drug screening for welfare recipients. he says it by leaps it be constitutional protections. rick scott c
rather do? lose the national title game or not make it at all? and both alabama and florida state, they took their big shot down in pasadena here tonight. ,,,,,,,, start the new year right at subway! [ male announcer ] footlong fans are feeling good because january is now januany. ♪ januany, any [ male announcer ] and any regular footlong is now a $5 footlong. even low-fat subs, like the sweet onion chicken teriyaki and the ham, turkey, roast-beef-packed subway club. ♪ five ♪ $5 ♪ $5 footlong [ male announcer ] nothing stacks up to subway footlongs. with $5 footlongs all januany. all day, every day. [ male announcer ] subway. eat fresh. points... ...biggest comeba >>> college football front and center tonight. florida state and auburn hooked up for 64 points. biggest comeback win in the 16 year bcf era to the rose bowl. john legend taking on the national anthem. do you remember the hip hop group? and i should say that will be vincent's baby boy, trey. trey mason. auburn on the break up, 31-27. a minute and half left on the florida state game. on his 20th birthday, he goes
hosted the game between florida state and auburn. less than five minutes left in the game. auburn up four, cody parker of florida state is going 100 yards. they were down 21-3, but florida state comes back to lead 27-24. 1:28 left. mason of auburn, bouncing off tacklers, 37 yards. auburn regains the lead 31-27. 17 seconds left in the game, the heisman trophy winner to benjamin. florida state and fisher win 34- 31. this was winston's 20th birthday. these first freshman to win the heisman trophy and a national title. they finish the year undefeated. that was the final bcs game. it's a four team playoff next season. >> the 49ers win yesterday in green bay. we'll tell you, 47 million television viewers watched 49ers win at the end. that's the most to ever watch a wild card playoff game. that's in 19 years since the wild card was instituted. 47million. harroy feeling -- harbaugh feeling good and today in a good mood. >> nothing makes you feel more like a man than to go and beat your opponent, beating their crowd, and then the elements in a playoff game. to beat the elements, beat the opposing
fight those militants. >>> florida state rules the bcs. >> we wanted to win. and my team got on my back and went the whole way. >>> lindsey vonn says she will not compete in sochi olympics saying her knee is not stable injuring it several times. >> a gas station employee is nearly killed as an elderly driver loses control behind the wheel. >>> all that and -- >> national zoo's panda. >>> things are freezing on my body which i didn't even know were possible to freeze. >> oh, my gosh look at you! >> i do appreciate you being with us. >> and all that matters. >> press secretary jay carney came out sporting a beard. >> my wife says she likes it so there. this is actually an hommaage to -- >>> demonstration in a designated area. >> putin says. >> announcer: presented by toyota. let's go places. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." gayle king is off. good morning, norah. >> good morning, charlie. it's nipe begin there. more than half the population of the united states is waking up to brutally cold weather. windchills make it feel much colder than the official temper
confirmed. most of the cases are linked to the h1n1 flu virus, also in florida. five of the victims there under 40, as many as 450 people in florida have already been admitted to the hospital. >>> the science of sharks, we'll tell you how researchers are unravelling the secrets of the great white. and in those cases where formal education isn't feasible because of >>> welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm del walters. these are your head lines at this hour. the unemployment figures released today show the jobs picture may not be as rosy as once thought, only 74,000 new jobs created in december, that's well below what experts had anticipated. >>> target lost more customer data than they thought. 70 million customers effected by the recent data breach. personal information, including phone numbers, email, and mailing addresses all stolen. >>> a dangerous chemical spill in west virginia, health officials advise gz people not to drink, bathe, or cook with the water more than 100,000 people have been effected across the state. ♪ >>> i'm dave warren. many people will be effected by a
in florida. she jaden newman, 4'7", 9 years old, and in fourth grade when she is not playing on the varsity team with kids more than twice her age. it is even more impressive when you consider she is averaging almost 15 points and eight assists per game. >>> up next here tonight, the flight of the crane, soaring again after facing extinction. >>> finally tonight, a success story about a bird that once faced extinction, now flying high once again. nbc's erica hill on the return of the crane with the help of another set of wings. >> reporter: it is not your typical bird call. but for eight young whooping cranes hatched in captivity, that sound clearly signals one thing, it is time to fly. >> it starts out when they're still in the egg, we play a recording of the aircraft. >> reporter: all part of the plan to create an environment that is as natural as possible for these birds who must migrate south but don't have a parent to show them the way. he is co-founder of operation migration, a nonprofit that uses ultralight aircraft to help these birds learn to soar. >> we start up and down the runwa
they thought was a sound investigation decision. they purchased a home in hollywood, florida, buying at the peak of the real estate market. >> the value has decreased by about $70,000. it makes us kind of scared for the future wondering if we will be able to own this home outright. it makes us wonder if we should continue to stay in the home. >> reporter: they are now considered underwater in their home, meaning the current loan amount is at least 25% higher than the value of the property. they paid almost $300,000 for a home now worthless than $200,000. >> the frustrating part also is when i see at this time that the market is starting to change, i see friends and family around us purchasing homes and getting more for their money. >> reporter: according to new figures, by realty track which compiles trend in the marketplace, some 9.3 million u.s. residential properties are currently under water. florida has the second highest rate in the nation of such homes, nevada leads the way. 34% of florida homeowners are considered underwater, 61% of those are deeply under water and in the for
a little air time >>> coming up, a man is dead after a shooting inside a florida movie theater. how text messages to the victim's toddler sparked the dead lip confrontation. and -- a deadly confrontation. and deputies searched the home of one of the biggest stars of entertainment. what they were looking for coming up. >> hard to believe we have record temperatures today and many more to follow and maybe more in the coming days. we'll talk about that coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, the dangers of texting while >>> some dashcam video from florida gives us a good idea of the dangers of texting while driving. police in florida couldn't figure out why the driver veered on the sidewalk and hit the tree and flipped over. turns out the 23-year-old driver admitted to texting behind the wheel. the driver is okay. but he is charged with careless driving and texting while driving. >>> sheriff's deputies in l.a. searched the home of justin bieber suspected of throwing eggs at a neighbor's home in his gated community last thursday. a short time ago investigators said they were not necessarily looking for eg
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christie is in florida raising cash for his fellow gop governors. part of his new role as president of the association. the scandals in his state of emergency might still upsurge his visit. he kept himself from the media's cameras driving off without talking to reporters as well. he has more events, however, in south florida. even as he remained under the cloud of suspicious in know, it follow s retribution to closing the nation's busiest bridge in september. >>> and what the list tell us about the direction of the investigation in about five minutes from now. >>> philadelphia police say the suspect in a school shooting is in custody. they say the minor turned himself in today after an arrest warrant was issued. this comes day after two students were shot in the school gym. investigators say the 18-year-old girl has been released from the hospital, and the 17-year-old boy remains in stable condition. >>> a group of passengers who were onboard an asiana airlines flight that crashed last summer at san francisco's airport are suing aircraft maker boeing. the suit claims pilots got inad
a ganar una demanda en la florida frente a la corte suprema en 1993. >> llego a los nueve jueces y difieren, nada de eso es crueldad. tal como el congreso de los estados unidos. y nos dieron la razÓn a nosotros. >> es otro sacerdote de otra santerÍa cubana. >> lo que tiene que tener refugio, agua hasta el momento en que los sacrifiquen. no puede ser maltratados. no pude esperÉ jaulas chicas que no se pueden mover. >> Éstos restos son habituales. el argumento de la ciudad en el sur de la florida era que este tipo de rituales ponÍa en riesgo la salud, el bienestar y la moral de algunas personas. por ejemplo, si un niÑo de corta edad llega a presenciar este tipo de rituales serÍa muy inquietante para ellos. al punto que muchos creen que esto es un mal ejemplo. >> a esto se suman a aparecer constante de cuerpos de animales en bosques, lÍneas de ferrocarril y carreteras. >> nosotros no degollamos animales. >> Él tratar de demostrar que sÍ hay crueldad en estos rituales. >> esto es, por todo lo que contiene, algunas deidades, reciben como ofrendas animales de gra
to do it either proportionally or winner-take-all. in the last two presidential elections, florida, of course, held its earliest primaries ever in an effort to gain more power on the nominating process, and they didn't get it on the democratic side. florida was punished in 2012. half of its 99 delegates were stripped, and the rnc actually stuck to it and enforced it, and the ones that did manage to make it to the convention, they were punished with hotel rooms far from the convention site. this time around, the rnc is threatening to cut florida's delegates to just 12 if the state schedules a primary before march 1st. the rnc says that is unlikely to happen this time, and back in may, after a push by florida senator marco rubio, the florida legislature passed a law at the last minute that in effect nixed the january primary. the law says the state contest will be held on the first tuesday that the rules of the major political parties provide for state delegations to be allotted without penalty. now, this year's rnc theme for the week is also called "building to victory." the rnc hop
, those details coming up in a few. michael? >>> thanks a lot, howard. >>> the florida congressman caught up in a cocaine scandal is stepping down from his seat now, submitting his resignation to speaker of the house john boehner today. danielle nottingham reports. >> reporter: florida republican tray raidal's political future has been in question since last year. now he is resigning. he returned to congress earlier this month and said he was not stepping down. >> i really enjoy serving and i want to get back to doing that and continue to do the good work we have done. >> reporter: last october he was caught in a sting buying cocaine from an undercover dc police officer. he pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge and undertook rehab treatment in florida. the house ethics committee was preparing to launch an investigation to see if the first term congressman broke any rules. >> reporter: raidal was also facing gop primary challenges for a seat representing ford meyers and naples. the florida republican party called for him to step down. he said he only used cocaine a handful of time, and that
all of the nfl pregame activities are in new york. >>> a florida congressman caught buying drugs has resigned from office. it's republican trey radel arrested last year for buying cocaine from an undercover cop on dupont circle. today the clerk of the house republicans took to the floor to read his -- house of representatives took to the floor to read his resignation letter. >> i cannot fully and effectively serve as a united states representative to the place i love and call home, southwest florida. >> radel pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge and took a leave of absence to undergo rehab in florida and initially said he planned to stay on, but the republican party was calling on him to step down and the ethics committee was about to launch an investigation. >>> d.c. council member marion barry back home tonight finally. he's been in the hospital the last 16 days being treated for a blood infection. the former mayor was released from the hospital today. he is 77 years old. >>> tomorrow night d.c.'s teacher of the year will be sitting with michelle obama and mrs. biden. hollow well ma
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